Their roaring
shagah  (sheh-aw-gaw')
a rumbling or moan -- roaring.
shall be like a lion
labiy'  (law-bee')
(great, old, stout) lion, lioness, young (lion).
they shall roar
sha'ag  (shaw-ag')
to rumble or moan -- mightily, roar.

sha'ag  (shaw-ag')
to rumble or moan -- mightily, roar.
like young lions
kphiyr  (kef-eer')
a village (as covered in by walls); also a young lion (perhaps as covered with a mane) -- (young) lion, village.
yea they shall roar
naham  (naw-ham')
to growl -- mourn, roar(-ing).
and lay hold
'achaz  (aw-khaz')
to seize (often with the accessory idea of holding in possession)
of the prey
tereph  (teh'-ref)
something torn, i.e. a fragment, e.g. a fresh leaf, prey, food -- leaf, meat, prey, spoil.
and shall carry it away safe
palat  (paw-lat')
to slip out, i.e. escape; causatively, to deliver -- calve, carry away safe, deliver, (cause to) escape.
and none shall deliver
natsal  (naw-tsal')
to snatch away, whether in a good or a bad sense